Tony owns a local car repair garage. One day, Martin, one of his customers, arrives to pick up his car. Tony goes over to him, shakes his hand and says, “I’d like to say thanks for your patronage. I wish I had ten customers like you.”

“Wow! It’s nice to hear you say that,” says Martin, “but why are you thanking me? You know I always argue with your prices and I always complain about the work you do on my car.”

“I know,” says Tony, “but I’d still like ten customers like you — the trouble is, I have at least fifty like you.”

From Oy Vey: More! The Ultimate Book Of Jewish Jokes Part 2, by David Minkoff